Tony Martin held clear-the-air talks with team-mate Mark Cavendish after his disappointing finish in Stage 2, but says the pair are now on good terms.
"I was disappointed [about Stage 2]," Martin said, after missing out on the yellow jersey to Chris Froome today.
"We had an open talk and he gave me a big excuse and he was very sorry for me," he added.
Peter Kennaugh admits he had no idea whether any of his team-mates were caught up in the terrifying crash during Stage 3.
The talented young rider also confessed that he's already feeling wrecked after three days of racing.
Jan Barta wouldn't be drawn on whether he felt it was the correct decision to hold up Stage 3 after a large crash today, but admits he would hopes to receive the same treatment if he's unfortunate enough to crash in the coming weeks.
The Czech Bora-Argon 18 cyclist enjoyed another storming ride and was recognised as Stage 3's most aggressive performer, claiming his first podium of this year's Tour.
2013 Tour winner Chris Froome told Ned Boulting it was "an amazing feeling" to be back in yellow again after his impressive 2015 Tour continued in Stage 3.
Froome picked up a vital six-second time bonus for finishing second to Joaquim Rodriguez, placing him ahead of Tony Martin to take the leader's jersey.
And we thought Joaquim Rodriguez was supposed to be out of form! What a finish from the little Spaniard, burning off the GC contenders to claim victory on the Mur de Huy.